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2014 Pool of the year awards from Mayfair Pools

11th June 2014

2014 Pool of the year awards from Mayfair Pools

Mayfair Pools is proud to announce their annual 2014 Pool of the year awards for their Mayfair Pools agencies throughout New Zealand.

The company which held its annual agency conference announced this year’s most prestigious 2014 pool of the year awards in Taupo last night.

Mayfair Pools have been building swimming pools for more than 40 years and this year’s winner of Pool of the year was awarded to Mayfair Pools Auckland South.

This years winner has been building Mayfair Pools for 36 years. The Father and son duo, Bill and Grant van der Vegte took out the overall award for a large custom designed pool with infinity edge and 80,000 litre capacity, with safety glass pool fencing.

Today the company has agencies throughout most of New Zealand and is one of the largest swimming pool builders in New Zealand and still builds swimming pools throughout the south pacific.

For more information about the company visit www.mayfairpools.co.nz

Swimming Pool Awards
Platinum Pool of the Year 2014 – Mayfair Pools Auckland South
Gold Pool of the Year 2014- Mayfair Pools Auckland North
Silver Pool of the Year 2014- Mayfair Pools Auckland South
Platinum Commercial Pool 2014- Mayfair Pools Northland
Gold Commercial Pool 2014- Mayfair Pools Blenheim
Platinum Renovation Pool 2014- Mayfair Pools Northland
Gold Renovation Pool 2014- Mayfair Pools Auckland North
Platinum Dealer of the Year- Mayfair Pools Auckland North
Gold Dealer of the Year- Mayfair Pools Hawkes Bay
Silver Dealer of the Year- Mayfair Pools Gisborne

Today the company has agencies throughout most of New Zealand and is one of the largest swimming pool builders in New Zealand and still builds swimming pools throughout the south pacific.

The company which holds an annual agency conference each year will announce this year’s most prestigious pool of the year awards in Napier this week.

For more information about the company visit www.mayfairpools.co.nz

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